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good morning, america. and bracing for storms in the east, with a state of emergency already dramatic rescues as severe storms hit the midwest. record rainfall drowning neighborhoods. water rushing through stores, roads turning to rivers in an instant, trapping dozens of drivers. now rob is tracking the storms heading east this morning. breaking news, terror attack. the deadly shoot-out caught on camera at one of jerusalem's holiest sites. at least two police officers killed. the city now on edge. also, the new images coming in now, president trump overseas celebrating bastille day with the french president and defending his son don junior's meeting with that russian lawyer. >> my son is a wonderful young man. >> as republicans now roll out their newest attempt to repeal and replace obamacare. but is this plan already on life support?
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♪ history in the making and beyonce's baby bombshell. revealing sir carter and rumi for the first time. the photo that has everyone crazy in love and the big question this morning about the twins' names. ♪ all right, good morning, america. happy friday. okay, there was a bit of a debate this morning, i understand you have a strong opinion on this. >> very strong. >> okay. so sir carter carter or is it just sir -- >> i think it's sir. >> why didn't she say rumi and sir carter? >> you can ask her. i swear -- i think this is a public service announcement to test the internet across the world. >> right, to see if it's still working. >> i think it blew up. a lot of news to get to. great to be with you. we have new details coming in in that murder case, the four young men who vanished. the dogs that found them buried
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12 feet down and now, the sudden confession and you can see the suspect mouth the words i'm sorry. we'll have much more ahead. we want to begin with that severe weather threat, record rainfall sparking rescues in the midwest and abc's alex perez is just north of chicago where they are seeing serious flooding there. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. officials have declared a state of emergency here. now, take a look. we want to show you what it looks like from above with help ur drone and as you can see streets here have become rivers and many people here are just waiting for this water to go down and it's not going down fast enough. this is what millions of midwesterners are waking up to this morning. in columbus, ohio, a general store nearly submerged in water, cars buried in the parking lot. this appliance store forced to go out of business when rain poured in destroying all the merchandise. drone footage capturing a lake in suburban chicago overflowing drowning neighborhoods and a shopping plaza.
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emergency responders evacuating residents. in wisconsin, a state of emergency declared. the extreme weather also hitting the east. record rain causing flooding in buffalo. >> i got water all the way up to past my chest on my shirt. >> reporter: it was a race against time for rescuers near buffalo pushing this car to dry land. >> the water came when i got out of the car, the water was up to here on me. i'm still soaking wet. >> reporter: and in this house by a creek rescuing an 83-year-old trapped inside her home surrounded by water. >> within a half hour the whole place was surrounded. >> reporter: and the not so good news here the river is already at major flood stage and it's expected to continue rising slowly through tomorrow. david. >> just stunning images from that drone camera. alex, thank you. now, we're watching severe storms moving into the east as well. rob.
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>> the front that sparked all these storms is finally going to be on the move and it will squeeze even more moisture out of these clouds so we have flood watches that are still posted for eastern parts of ohio, west virginia and new york and as this storm begins to push off to the east and all this humidity comes up from the south, a severe weather threat on top of the rain across the delmarva peninsula including philadelphia and potentially a tornado or two all throughout the afternoon. amy. >> rob, thanks so much. breaking news from overseas. a deadly terror attack near one of jerusalem's holy sites, dramatic footage there you're looking at showing the shoot-out with police and abc's james longman has all the details for us this morning. good morning, james. good morning, amy. yes, two israeli policemen were killed in east jerusalem this morning. they were attacked by three palestinians who then fled the scene. take a look at this dramatic cell phone footage, it shows one of the attackers fighting with israeli security before being shot. the attackers were shot dead by
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police inside the holy compound which is known to muslims as haram al sharif and to jews as temple mount killed at one of the holiest sites in the world. the attack happened just before friday prayers which have now been canceled. that hasn't happened, we believe, since 1990 which has made the whole situation more tense. incidents around there have stirred up rage in the past but authorities on both sides are doing their best to keep things calm. amy. >> all right, james, we appreciate it. thank you. david. we're going to turn now to major headlines out of washington this morning. president trump on his way back to the u.s. after celebrating bastille day in paris but also answering tough questions on the world stage from our correspondent and, as the russia investigation does ramp up, the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee has confirmed that donald trump jr. has been asked to provide documents and speak with the committee. and of course, the battle over health care hitting a breaking point, republicans revealing a new draft of the bill but already facing opposition from members of their own party. much more on that in a moment
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but first, let's get to our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega on the ground in paris where the president just participated in that parade. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: david, good morning. i guess i should bonjour. president trump was here center stage on the champs-elysees and seemed to be enjoying this parade that happened here, a bunch of military planes and tanks but he is on his way home where that controversy over russia awaits. president trump having the time of his life at bastille day. ♪ pointing at the show with the first lady. laughing with the french president but not even a show of military might on the champs-elysees or dinner at the eiffel tower is enough to overshadow those mounting questions about his son's trump tower meeting with a russian lawyer. at that press conference, alongside the french president, we asked -- mr. president, your fbi nominee said if someone in a campaign got an e-mail about russia like the one that your son don junior received, that they should alert the fbi rather than accept that
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meeting, is he wrong? also, were you misled by your team in not knowing about this meeting? >> my son is a wonderful young man. he took a meeting with a russian lawyer, not a government lawyer, but a russian lawyer. it was a short meeting. it was a meeting that went very, very quickly, very fast. >> reporter: but in those e-mails don junior agreed to meet with the russian government attorney who wanted to provide the trump campaign with information that would damage hillary clinton. president trump coming to his son's defense. >> and nothing came of the meeting, and i think it's a meeting that most people in politics probably would have taken. >> reporter: the french press pouncing on president trump's past paris bashing. >> you were implying at the time that paris was not safe anymore. those are very strong words. would you repeat them today? >> you better let me answer that one first. that's a beauty. it's going to be just fine because you have a great president. you have somebody that is going
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to run this country right and i'm coming back. you better do a good job, please. otherwise you'll make me look very bad. >> you're always welcome. >> thank you. >> reporter: the president also delivering another round of compliments to the french first lady commenting on her figure during a tour of napoleon's tomb. >> you're in such good shape. beautiful. >> reporter: and that certainly made some headlines here in paris. now, this was a short trip for president trump. he was on the ground for just a little more than 24 hours. he did tweet before taking off this morning, david, saying that the relationship with france is stronger than ever. >> you know, cecilia, you mentioned the relationship with france. we saw president trump tell the first lady she was in good shape. made some headlines around the world. we all remember the first handshake with macron even before this trip. president macron saying this was a moment of truth. of course, he campaigned against trump-style rhetoric. any inside details? any imagery that shows how they
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all got along this time? >> well, they have that big dinner last night right there inside the eiffel tower. you could see both first couples sitting there together and it went on for about two hour, look, they really seemed to be getting along now. handshakes before they departed. very long ones again, and president macron wrapped up his bastille day celebration by saying the u.s. and france will never be separated. >> all right, well, you said bon sure. i'll say merci. >> reporter: au revoir. >> that's good. let's get to jon karl. let's ask about what cecilia asked during that press conference. she asked the president about don junior. we heard the president say he met with a russian lawyer, not a government lawyer, and most would have taken this meeting. is that going to be the white house defense, the trump campaign's defense as we move forward on this, and are we going to hear don junior testify? >> reporter: well, certainly is very consistently what donald trump is saying. he said this to reporters on air force one.
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he said it in the interview with reuters and at the press conference so clearly his belief is that anybody would have taken this. it directly corrects what his own choice for fbi director said, if you have -- if a politician, a senator, anybody in politics hears an offer like that, he would want that politician to call the fbi and let them know what was going on but, david, you know, as for the russian government attorney, the e-mails that don junior received to set this meeting up, right in black and white, it was a meeting with you and the russian government attorney who was flying over from moscow. these will be questions for don junior. he is being asked to testify. chuck grassley, the republican chairman of the judiciary committee, wants to see him soon, he wants to actually start hearing from people next week. >> next week. >> paul manafort by next week. >> all right, that's very soon. in the meantime, some breaking developments on the ban this morning, a judge and a ruling in hawaii. >> reporter: yes, this is the travel ban, a blow, another
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blow for the president on this. the supreme court upheld the travel ban but said that there could be exceptions for people who have a bona fide connection with somebody in the united states, this judge has expanded the definition of a bona fide connection to include nieces, uncles, cousins, pretty wide, grandparents, a pretty wide definition. >> jon karl, great to have you in person. >> great to be here. >> amy. >> as the president returns from his trip abroad he is tweeting about the new health care bill saying republican senators are working hard to get their failed obamacare replacement approved. i will be at my desk, pen in hand, but this morning, that bill is seeing new signs of trouble and our congressional correspondent mary bruce has all the latest from capitol hill. good morning, mary. >> reporter: amy, good morning. well, senate republicans have this new health care bill, but the same old problems. opposition from within their own party. this new bill was supposed to help bridge that deep divide in the gop, but right now this bill still doesn't have the support to pass. big question this morning looming over capitol hill, can republicans finally get the vote? >> this bill is better than the other bill. i don't know if it will get 50 votes. >> reporter: senate republicans thursday releasing their latest health care bill. >> so, senator, what do you think?
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>> i don't know. i'm going to read it. >> reporter: to win over moderates on the fence the bill keeps some obamacare taxes on the wealthy, puts aside $70 billion that could help americans cover high premiums and gives $45 billion to help fight the opioid epidemic, but still in the bill those deep cuts to medicaid, initially projected to be nearly $800 billion. it's a big problem for the hold-outs. >> we're still working on ways to ensure folks who are currently getting coverage under expanded medicaid have options. >> reporter: to sway conservatives, the new bill would allow insurers to offer cheaper bare-bones plans that don't cover essential health benefits like mental health treatments, maternity care, even ambulances. this morning republicans have no room for error. already two say these changes don't cut it. and with those two senators already a no, gop leaders now need every single other republican to get on board for this bill to pass.
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just one more no vote would sink this bill and, david, gop leaders are still hoping to move to a vote next week, but right now it's unclear if they will have the votes to even have that vote. >> all right, we'll see you on "world news tonight." mary, thanks. in the meantime, turning to breaking new details in the pennsylvania murder mystery involving four young men who vanished. the dogs who discovered them buried 12 feet down, and we have new reporting on the suspect, making a sudden confession. abc's eva pilgrim is outside the courthouse in doylestown. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning. this is where it happened. cosmo dinardo confessing to the d.a. to killing those four men in exchange avoiding the death penalty. dinardo giving every detail dropping a new bombshell, saying he didn't act alone. a stunning confession in the murders of four men missing since last week. >> i'm s >> reporter: 20-year-old cosmo dinardo admitting to the crime just hours after police announced that the body of 19-year-old dean finocchiaro and other remains were found on his
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family's farm in a makeshift grave. >> he confessed to the participation of the commission of four murders. >> reporter: authorities digging at the 90-acre dinardo family land for days searching for finocchiaro, 21-year-old thomas meo, 22-year-old mark sturgis and 19-year-old jimi patrick. a local catholic prep school confirming that dinardo and patrick both attended school together. >> in exchange for that confession, mr. dinardo was promised by the district attorney that he will spare his life by not invoking the death penalty. >> reporter: dinardo telling authorities where he buried the bodies. abc news learning three bodies were buried in one location, a fourth in a separate grave. the news comes as new images surface of cosmo dinardo pointing a pistol. sources telling abc news dinardo posted the photos in a group chat where he told friends he wasn't worried that dean
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finocchiaro, one of the four missing men, hadn't turned up. dinardo has been known to police since he was 14 years old. recent court documents show that dinardo had a history of mental illness and had been involuntary committed. prosecutors saying during his recent arraignment that he was diagnosed with schizophrenia. friends telling, dinardo routinely sold guns and had talked about weird things like killing people and having people killed. dinardo has not yet been charged with murder but we expect those charges will come soon. amy. >> indeed, all right, eva, thanks so much. turing overseas now to the americans vying for glory at wimbledon. venus williams now in the finals, eyeing her sixth wimbledon singles title, and 29-year-old sam querrey from california beating defending champ andy murray heading to the semifinals and abc's paula faris is here with all the action on the court. hey, paula. >> hey there, amy, it is an exciting time right now for
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american tennis. if you're trying to learn a little more about sam querrey, he knocked out the defending champs at wimbledon the last two years. this is his moment. as for venus, well, wimbledon is her wheelhouse, aiming for her sixth title at the all england club. for 37-year-old venus williams making it to the wimbledon finals doesn't get old. all tournament long it has been vintage venus, her serves unstoppable. cruising to her first wimbledon final since 2008. williams is the oldest wimbledon finalist since martina navratilova in 1994, and if she wins on saturday, she would become the oldest woman's grand slam winner in the open era, proving once again age ain't nothing but a number. the seven-time grand slam champion admitting she looks to her younger sister serena for inspiration. >> i have to ask serena for some pointers. serena is always in my corner and, you know, usually it's her in these finals so i'm trying my best to represent williams as best as i can. >> reporter: serena not
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competing due to her pregnancy is cheering her sister on from the sidelines. >> i feel like i'm there in a weird way. it's weird but i feel like i've been there for the whole journey and even though i'm not, i've been so supportive for venus. >> reporter: but on the men's side, wimbledon is still buzzing over that upset of last year's champ, andy murray, at the hands of american sam querrey. known almost as much for his 2015 appearance on "millionaire matchmaker." >> i never actually dated someone who played tennis. >> reporter: as his play on the court ranked 4th in the world, advancing further than any american man since 2009 appearing in his first grand slam semifinal ever this morning. venus has been talking about how much she misses her sister serena's presence at wimbledon who, of course, as you saw isn't traveling right now because of her pregnancy, serena has been watching all of venus' matches and says that it is more nerve-racking to watch her
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sister than to actually be out there on the court and playing, of course, venus plays tomorrow morning. >> i love what venus said, it's usually serena here. >> i know. go, venus, go, sam. we are excited for the americans. >> we are. >> i love their relationship and pretty much unstoppable when she's not playing her sister. >> someone else who's unstoppable, rob marciano. >> award-winning transition. look at this firenado out of amarillo near the airport. fire danger increasing and heat will be on across the west getting back up into the 100 degrees in many spots.
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hello. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. we've made it to friday, and it's going to become sunny and a little bit warmer today. clouds minimal tonight, still very comfortable, and our extended forecast just going to be hot this weekend, that's it. 62 at half moon bay, 69 in san francisco, mid-70s to 80s around the bay, and you can see mid-80s to mid-90 in tonight, low 50s t mid-60s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, it's going to be hot tomorrow and sunday. a lot more ahead on a friday morning. coming up, the terrifying accident bringing production to a halt on one of the most popular shows, "walking dead." and danger zone, how this popular tourist attraction near the beach turned deadly. attraction near the beach turned deadly.
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you get an extra 5% off everyday. on items big or small. happy friday. good morning. i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." tonight marks the maiden voyage for a new bus service that travels overnight between san francisco and l.a. the bus has a lounge area and sleep-in compartments called cabins. abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom gave us a look at this new service last month. the cabins come with lights and electric outlets to charge your phone or computer. a one-way ride will cost you about $115. hey, alexis. hey, we are looking at a pretty light commute this morning. here's the bay bridge toll plaza. still have metering lights on, but i think we're already starting to thin out just a bit. we've had friday light volume pretty much all the way around here today. 580 tracy to dublin, in the yellow at 41 minutes. westbound 4 antioch to concord in the yellow at 24, and 101 san
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hey, welcome back. we'll start with our current conditions. 52 in santa rosa to about 63 in danville. here's a look at your fog along the coast, in petaluma up through santa rosa, and it will be around for the entire morning commute. heat advisory, mainly up in the hills, though, from saturday 8:00 in the morning to sunday at 9:00 in the evening. that's because your lows will be in the 70s and 80s the next couple days while the rest of us have 50s and 60s. the heat wave's coming but will only last tomorrow and sunday. >> short-lived. thank you, mike. coming up on "gma"-o.j. simpson go free? the men involved in that las vegas heist speaking out days before simpson's parole hearing, next on "gma." we'll have another abc7 news
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fact check this ad in good housekeeping. olay. ageless. i'd like to begin today by apologizing on behalf of you to me. for how you have treated me these last two weeks. and that apology is not accepted. >> welcome back to "gma." that is melissa mccarthy of course on "saturday night live" as press secretary sean spicer or spicy, she's pretty spicy in that role. her take, of course, earning her an emmy nomination, 1 of 22 for "snl" this year leading the pack with "westworld," and we'll have a lot more coming up in our big board but congratulations to them. >> absolutely. also happening right now, we've got president trump heading back to the u.s. after participating in a bastille day celebration in france.
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he'll spend the weekend in new jersey but, of course, that battle over health care rages on. republican senators trying to rally support for the newest version of their bill to repeal and replace obamacare. of course, this morning the east is bracing for severe weather stretching across five states, from ohio to new york, after record rainfall sparking rescues and rob will track it all morning long. we begin with that "walking dead" accident halting production on the hit show. a stuntman severely injured after falling more than 20 feet onto the concrete below. abc's linsey davis is here with the latest details. >> reporter: "the walking dead" is a critically acclaimed horror television series but it's what happened in real life on the set this week that would best be described as horrific. this morning production on amc's action-packed zombie-killing series "the walking dead" is temporarily shut down after a horrifying accident on its georgia set. >> we had someone fall about 25 feet off of a balcony straight onto concrete. we need an ambulance asap.
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>> reporter: stuntman john bernecker falling more than two stories onto a concrete floor wednesday. in this 911 call obtained by tmz, an assistant director on set describes bernecker as barely conscious. >> do you know if he's bleeding from anywhere? >> yes, it's coming from his nose. >> is he able to talk? >> no. >> reporter: he suffered a head injury so severe, reportedly, he had to be transported by helicopter to a level one trauma center in atlanta. he later died in the hospital. it's not the first time they've had to shut down due to injury. in 2013 one walker ended up in the hospital after being run over by a truck. bernecker is a veteran stuntman and fight choreographer who has worked on a number of projects including "the hunger games" and marvel's upcoming movie "black panther." his girlfriend posted john deserves to be seen by every neurosurgeon and doctor there is until one sees the life we all know he has in him and bring him back to us. this isn't fair. >> amc is calling his accident tragic.
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a spokesperson for sag-aftra released a statement saying they are invegs gatiing the accident. an exclusive on o.j. simpson as the fallen athlete tries to secure his freedom now at a parole hearing next week. some of his accomplices in that las vegas robbery that ended up landing him in jail are speaking out about that night. abc's deborah roberts is here with the story this morning. good morning, deborah. >> reporter: most of the guys caught up in that robbery with simpson have paid dearly, they've lost family bonds, jobs and homes. they've rarely spoken at length about this ordeal until now. in fact, one is speaking to us for the very first time about that chaotic night that sent their golfing pal to prison. in less than a week, o.j. simpson will plead for his freedom. >> i've not had any incidents despite all the stories and tabloids. >> reporter: after a parole hearing four years ago where he won a partial victory. he's trying for a full release.
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simpson convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping after a botched attempt in 2007 to reclaim his personal memorabilia. >> i thought i was confronting friends and retrieving my property. i didn't mean to steal anything from anybody. and i didn't know i was doing anything illegal. so i'm sorry. i'm sorry for all of it. >> reporter: now, some of the men with him that night tell abc news they have regrets. >> he asked me, would you go with me to be my security? sure, i'll go with you. little did i know that it was going to turn into what it did. >> i say, so, o.j., what if they call the police? and he looked at me and he used a four-letter word that starts with "f" and ends with "k" the police. what they gonna do? take me to jail for taking my own stuff? >> mr. simpson asked me to show my gun and look menacing. >> so o.j. says pack up all the stuff and let's get out of here. >> reporter: audio from that va zbas hotel room indicates
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simpson never expected serious charges. >> it was a strong arm robbery. they came in with guns. >> it was all funny to him. he just, you know, kept saying no guns. just say there wasn't guns. >> reporter: count one conspiracy to commit a crime, guilty. count two, guilty. count three, guilty. >> reporter: simpson would be sentenced to up to 33 years in prison, some feeling the tough verdict was really a payback for this -- >> we the jury in the above entitled action find the defendant not guilty of the crime of murder. >> reporter: his 1995 acquittal in the brutal slayings of ex-wife nicole brown and her friend ron goldman. >> i'm not here to try and cause any retribution or any payback for anything else. >> reporter: simpson's longtime friend dr. henry johnson has visited him in prison. when did you see o.j. last? >> about two months ago. >> did you talk about the parole hearing. >> yes. >> is he counting on this? is he hopeful? >> yes, he is.
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very hopeful. >> do you think he's prepared possibly not to be paroled? >> yeah, i think he is. he has to be. he's a realist. >> reporter: and this morning we're getting details about that parole hearing. officials tell us o.j. will appear in front of the board via video conference and a decision could likely come that very same day. now, people closely watching this case say it's possible that he will, indeed, be paroled. some don't know he was actually already paroled on some of those charges a few years ago and the word we get, david and amy, is that he's been a model prisoner at lovelock. >> but as you heard he's prepared not to be paroled just in case. in the meantime, you talked to these men part of this robbery. they've got some pretty strong feelings, anger in it. >> they do have anger, but interestingly some say they don't want to see o.j. again but feel he has served the time for this particular crime and most of them seem to feel it is probably likely he'll be released but what they think about him getting out of prison we can tell you a little more tonight on "20/20."
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>> this is incredible reporting. new this week, deborah. you'll get much more of our exclusive from deborah roberts coming up tonight, o.j. simpson, the special at 10:00 p.m. right here on abc on "20/20." i know that show pretty well. >> you've been there a time or two. in the meantime, the deadly turn at this popular tourist attraction when we come back. whoa! you're not taking these. hey, hey, hey! you're not taking those. whoa, whoa! you're not taking that. come with me. you're not taking that. you're not taking that. you're not taking that. mom, i'm taking the subaru. don't be late. even when we're not there to keep them safe, our subaru outback will be. (vo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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we are back now with new details about that tragic
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accident at a popular tourist site. a woman killed on the beach in st. maarten's watching a jet take off from an airport that was just steps away. abc's gio benitez is here with more on how it happened. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning. so many people watch these jets take off. close enough to feel the incredible power of that engine. this woman was doing just that. visiting st. maarten with her husband when it went terribly wrong. the caribbean hot spot of st. maarten's may be just as well known for its airport as its beautiful beaches. >> we're ready to do it, baby. >> reporter: tourist after tourist waiting at the end of the runway to feel that blast from massive jet engines as the planes take off. >> hey, free dermabrasion. we loved it. >> reporter: but this morning, that thrill is what cost a 57-year-old her life. the new zealand tourist holding on on wednesday just like so many others have done but when
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the plane's engines fired she lost her grip and was thrown into a concrete retaining wall. the impact killing her. the danger seen in this video from 2012. the jet blast tossing this woman like a rag doll into the concrete barrier. she was injured but survived. >> there are safe ways to spot the planes in the area. there's two bars adjacent. there is a very large beach. i think sometimes it's a situation where some people might not be aware of the power that the engines might have. >> reporter: that power massive. the force created by a 737's engine stronger than winds of a category 5 hurricane. just listen to that deafening sound. but even with large signs warning of the dangers, so many attempt it anyway. officials there say this is the first death but to their knowledge there have been a number of injuries over the years. >> just unbelievable video. this morning officials in st. maarten's insist they do not encourage this activity. they say the family of the woman who died told them they saw those warning signs.
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they're looking into what to do next. closing that road is not an option because that road is the only way to get home. >> can they do something about the concrete wall at least that they're being thrown into. >> that does not look like fun. hopefully people stop doing it. coming up here -- "snl" scoring huge emmy nominations, the question, is there a trump effect? have they connected with a divided america? come on back. >> good morning, america. i'm going to be so good tonight. going on a targetrun out oneed anything? watermelon! water please!
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live from new york it's the big board. >> it's saturday night. >> anyway it's not. it's "gma." we're not on. and there's a reason. they cleaned up at the emmy nominations topping the list 22 nominations. >> yes, alec baldwin nominated for his take on donald trump and melissa mccarthy for his take on sean spicer and sara haines, we cracked you up. >> he has seen the show but what is work something that trump effect helping make "saturday night live" must-see tv. now the show's already record-setting number of nominations is growing to 231 over their 42-year run. take a look. >> you like kids? >> no. >> you've seen kids. >> yes. >> okay, great, we're bonding already. oh, my friend, patrice. >> reporter: live from new york it's "snl" emmy domination. ♪ ♪ i'm not sorry ♪ i'm not sorry >> reporter: the show riding high after one of their most politically charged seasons to date.
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alec baldwin up for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series. >> he's either not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charitable. >> wrong. >> or never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer. >> reporter: for his portrayal of president trump. >> can i have my desk back? >> yes, of course, mr. president, i'll go sit at my desk. >> reporter: meantime, cast member kate mckinnon who satirized not only hillary clinton but also kellyanne conway. >> hillary clinton's 33,000 missing e-mails. >> reporter: and jeff sessions garnered a nod. >> this is my best good friend kellyanne. she ain't got no legs. why you ain't got no legs, kellyanne. >> reporter: as did vanessa bayer and leslie jones. >> what are you doing? >> i'm looking out for number one, baby. >> reporter: most memorable perhaps, melissa mccarthy's buzzy turn as sean spicer. >> don't push me. i'm sweating my easter eggs in
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this thing. >> reporter: the fan favorite up for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series. ♪ >> come on! i need to find trump. i promise i'll talk better. >> oh, no. >> and of course, "snl" had its highest ratings in 23 years. now, looking back at all these political impersonations do you have a favorite? >> there was the one with amy poehler standing right next to hillary clinton. do you remember this one? >> i love your outfit. >> thank you. >> i do want the earrings back if oh, okay. oh. >> do i really laugh like that? well -- >> it's great when you see the politicians laugh along with the comedian because -- >> i know. i went back in the vault. because i just remembered growing up watching "snl" and i
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loved dana carvey's impersonation of h.w. there. >> i'm vulnerable in -- >> a thousand points of lights. >> i totally forgot about that. >> talking about new york's governor cuomo over there. a friend of mine, know him about his first name, mario. >> my favorite has always been tina fey as sarah palin because i started to actually think she did sarah palin better than she did. >> that's the sign when they become the person -- >> that's the same way when i saw will ferrell. i was like, you remind me of george w. we'll be right back. weo on forever here. coming up, "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950. ince 1950. ♪ [woman] we did it. [man] we're campers. look at us. look at us. it's so nice to get out of the city. it's so... quiet.
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[ cheers and applause ] they are excited. we are in the park. lady a. doing their sound check up on stage. a couple of sprinkles. no big deal, we got kentucky, tennessee, ohio, the whole valley covered here. we got a couple raindrops. take a look at the radar there. not going to dampen anybody's spirits. not too big of a deal but still are some flash flood watches out. some flash flood watches out.
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happy friday to you! i'm natasha zouves from "abc7 mornings." here's mike nicco with your accuweather forecast. hey, mike. >> hey, natasha, everybody. starting off with a pretty typical summer day, gray cloudiness for most of us, but sunshine and calmer conditions at our beaches and around the bay, but extreme sunshine if you're going to be out and about, especially trying to stay cool, as the heat wave kind of starts today with mid-90s inland. 100s tomorrow and sunday with 80s around the bay and those refreshing 60s at the coast. >> all right, sounds good, mike. and traffic looking pretty good, too. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. look at that, westbound 92, no issues there. we're really not seeing many delays. a few slow spots, but no significant issues. southbound 101, santa rosa to petaluma in the green, 15 minutes. westbound 580, castro valley to the maze just 17. slight delays northbound 101 between 280, 680 and highway 85, in the yellow at 20 minutes. >> alexis, thank you.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. president trump overseas. new photos of him celebrating bastille day with the french president as he also defends his son's meeting with that russian lawyer and republicans now rolling out their new health care plan but is it dead on arrival? states of emergency. summer washout. severe storms from the midwest to the northeast with record rainfall and rising waters. the health warning this morning about mac and cheese. are there really harmful chemicals hidden in your kids' favorite meal? dr. ashton is here live with a reality check. meet sir carter and rumi. beyonce revealing her newborn twins for the first time confirming their names and sharing a stunning portrait that has everyone crazy in love. lady antebellum is rocking central park and they're saying --
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>> all: good morning, america. ♪ and we say good morning, america. just as well. happy friday to you at home. great audience in central park. you can see lady antebellum on the stage. they're going to be singing "you look good." you look pretty good too sitting right here? always fun to be here. >> we can't wait to get out there. we'll head there in a bit. also this morning, we have a summer health alert. how one mom is trying to save lives with cpr parties. we'll show you the simple steps to remember when your family hits the pool and the beach. >> those kids look pretty excited about that cpr party. we'll get to our top story, the morning rundown, president trump attending the bastille day parade with the french president and coming to his son's defense and cecilia vega has the latest from paris. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, david, good morning to you. president trump is now on his way home. before he left, he tweeted the
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relationship with france he said is stronger than ever. right here on the champs-elysees, it was the president and first lady center stage for the bastille day parade. the president seemed to be having a good time, point ing at the flyovers, laughing with the french president, but, of course, those questions about his son's trump tower meeting with that russian lawyer overshadowing so much of this trip at a press conference, we asked him about it. mr. president, your fbi nominee said if someone in a campaign got an e-mail about russia like the one that your son don junior received, that they should alert the fbi, rather than accept that meeting, is he wrong? also, were you misled by your team in not knowing about this meeting? >> my son is a wonderful young man. he took a meeting with a russian lawyer, not a government lawyer, but a russian lawyer. it was a short meeting. it was a meeting that -- went very, very quickly, very fast. >> reporter: the president said it wasn't a government lawyer but in those e-mails, don junior did agree to meet with a, quote,
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russian government attorney promising to provide damaging information about hillary clinton and the calls are now growing louder on capitol hill for don junior to testify. david, both democrats and republicans say they want to talk to him. >> all right, safe trip home, cecilia, thanks. the other big story in our morning rundown, is the historic flooding in parts of wisconsin and illinois. severe storms hitting the east. look at these picture, water rushing through stores, roads turning to rivers, and abc's alex perez is assessing the damage for us. alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, david. it's been a rough couple of days for people in this area here. now, i want to show you what this looks like from above with help from our drone. as you can see and as you mentioned some of the streets here look more like rivers, parts of northern illinois and southern wisconsin have been hit very hard the last couple of days. and officials here have been doing whatever they can to try to get this water down but they say it's going to take some time for that to happen and the bad
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news here in this area, the not so good news, the river is expected to continue slowly rising for at least another day. david. >> that's always the case, thanks, alex. continues to rise long after the rain. you have the other news. >> we do. we'll continue to follow breaking news out of jerusalem. two israeli police officers have been killed in a brazen attack near the holy site known to the jews as temple mount. police say the three palestinian gunmen died in a shootout. a top muslim cleric in jerusalem has been reportedly detained. the palestinian president called israel's prime minister to condemn that attack. and a disturbing statement today from london's police commissioner. she says they have prevented five terrorist attacks in that city in just the last few weeks. meanwhile, police say robbery appears to the motive for a series of disturbing acid attacks on london streets. five people were injured. and a new court ruling affecting president trump's travel ban, a federal judge has expanded the administration's definition of a close family relationship. now, in addition to immediate
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family the ban cannot be enforced against grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives of people in the u.s. coming from six muslim countries. well, house speaker paul ryan is updating the dress code for the house chamber after complaints from reporters. current rules do not allow women to go sleeveless and men are required to wear jackets and ties. ryan says those rules should be modernized. meanwhile, in the sports world another kind of dress code violation. three players at wimbledon had been forced to change their underwear. because it violated the all white dress code. yes. >> you can see it through the clothes? is that the deal? >> you got that. >> i'll write that down. tim tebow is a home run hero in florida. fans rose from their seats as he blasted a home run to win the game for the mets' minor league team, he was mobbed by his teammates. tebow says it's his first walk-off homer since high school. finally, the art of taking a selfie has actually taken down some art. take a look at this woman who
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tried to take one in front of an art exhibit in los angeles. here she goes, she -- whoa. it caused a massive domino effect. look at that. knocking over one piece after another. there were serious damages reported. $200,000 in damages because she took that selfie. >> what did you do today? i just bumped into a picasso but i got the selfie. >> yeah, uh-huh. oh, well, a little embarrassment. >> a warning to all who take selfies. coming up, we have that health warning. speaking of warnings. are there harmful chemicals in your mac and cheese. dr. ashton has more. how much does the internet already know about you? you'll be surprised. we'll tell you how to protect yourself online. always important to hear this. then we need this now. yeah, lady antebellum performing live in central park, stay with us. >> their selfie is working out. nothing knocked down. >> we'll be right back. ♪ ria is an incredible mom.
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♪ welcome back to "gma." it is a great friday morning here and it's about to get better because sara has "pop news." we were told that our mikes are hot. >> you're hot now. >> you know you're being inappropriate when someone says you have a hot mike here. it is time now for "pop news." the wait is finally over. after weeks of anticipation, beyonce has finally shared the very first picture of her newborn twins. revealing this family portrait overnight. you may notice it is similar themed to her pregnancy announcement. and again -- >> a lot of flowers. >> yeah, a lot of flowers. no sign of husband and father jay-z. i don't think there was room in the shot with all the flowers, but queen bey included the
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caption, sir carter and rumi is month today confirming their twins and birthday. congratulations to the carter family. >> their last name is carter. >> so one wonders are you sir carter carter or are you saying his name is sir. >> i think it's sir, right? it's sir and rumi. >> the jury is out. >> we'll wait for her next post. >> her announcement was a lot like yours, with the flowers. >> i did that with ivy -- >> have you sent that out yet? >> no, just friends. >> i'm a little shy. next up, nicole kidman has picked up an emmy for best actress in a limited series or tv movie for her role in "big little lies." >> she was good. >> so good. >> that was amazing. i mean, she deserves it. >> proving her award season domination, shows no sign of slowing down i didn't realize this but this year alone she has been nominated for an oscar, golden globe, bafta, a s.a.g. award and she even won a special prize at the cannes film festival. >> such a slacker. >> clearly, what have you done this year? by that i meant myself. and this emmy category looks like the one to watch. kidman is up against her co-star reese witherspoon and jessica lange and susan sarandon
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who are also co-stars. >> i loved "feud." >> that's going to be an interesting category. >> tough competition. i hope they have more "big little lies." >> they're not going to do another one. >> the book ended. >> i mean i just reported that like it was definitive. i don't know for sure but everyone talks about that. i think it was lightning in a bottle. one season, they got all those famous actresses. >> they teased. >> i'm rooting for number two. >> another season. >> they do? >> yeah. >> thanks for ruining that. happy friday. amy, this she dedicated to you. you won't be able to keep it together. we all remember this "dirty dancing" lift to "time of my life." >> i've seen you do it, by the way. >> it didn't work out well. one bride-to-be and her fiance gave the move a try. never goes well. >> sharon and andy price rehearsed the routine for their upcoming wedding. but just as they went for the leap they collided. >> oh. >> it turned out all right. you can keep laughing but knocking him out cold.
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>> she got knocked out cold? >> no, he did. >> leaving her bruised. they had to be rushed to the hospital. i'm not insensitive. they turned out okay. that's why i'm laughing but they're planning -- they're not planning to do the lift at their wedding. >> yeah. >> sometimes it is best to leave baby in the corner. >> i like where you just went with that. >> yeah. >> at least they practiced it and decided that it was best to not -- >> for anyone else here tried this at home. >> the music though, i've had the time -- >> you're raising your hand. for the lift or not? >> it doesn't quite work when you bash into each other, and then go to the hospital. >> i'm glad they captured it and shared it with us. amy and i would do the same thing, it's our karma. if we knocked each other out we would post it. thank you for doing that. >> you have to be able to laugh. >> do you have another one? >> oh, i do have another. oh, my gosh. finally -- >> she's cracking up so much. >> laughing at myself. finally hollywood is showing their support for the uso's flex for forces campaign, chris pratt showing off his guns and josh brolin flexing for the camera. now this morning our guest lady antebellum showed us what
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they've got and this is all for a great cause. so it looks like the gun show is trending. >> all right. >> guns out. >> keep that going. >> i'll wait for the muir one. >> 901. 9:01. >> thank you. >> we'll turn to our "gma" cover story based on an article about mac and cheese trending in "the new york times," a new study found trace amounts of a chemical in some processed cheese powders that could possibly be linked to an increased risk of birth defects and learning behavior problems. our senior medical contributor dr. jennifer ashton is here. dr. jen, you have a degree in nutrition, what do you make of this mac and cheese controversy because it is scary when you read it? >> of course, and as a parent it definitely got my attention. at a nutritionist i have to say it's very difficult to attribute one food exposure to a
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particular health outcome in general. and, look, as a doctor for anything to be potentially toxic, you really need three things, you need a high potency or a high dose or you need a high frequency of exposure so when you look at all of those things, you know, that's what people have to look at from a rational scientific perspective. >> and what's in question is something called a phthalate. >> right. >> talk about how that impacts or could possibly impact a negative health problem. >> we've been hearing about it for some time. something we refer to as a potential endocrine disrupter. we particularly worry about in utero exposure because it has the possibility of affecting sex development, there's a lot we don't know about it. we definitely need more research but to be clear, this is not just about phthalates, the environmental protection agency has identified over 10,000 such chemicals. they've only screened a fraction of that. so it really speaks to the scope of this problem. >> how are these compounds found in mac and cheese?
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>> well, listen, it's widespread, okay, and really not just in mac and cheese but in all foods including seafood, grain, spices, poultry, dairy, treatment. i mean the list goes on and on, and the news in something like mac and cheese this compound is detected in extremely low levels. we reached out to kraft yesterday, they are the maker of obviously one of the largest brands of mac and cheese but, again, this is widespread to every brand. they were very clear that the amount of phthalates in their products, which they don't add is well below 1,000 times what is recommended or can be safely there so they stand behind the safety of their product. personally, i would be more worried about getting in a car accident at this point. >> all right, that's a definitely good perspective. >> have your mac and cheese. >> thank you very much. david. >> we're going to turn to that "gma" consumer alert. are internet megacompanies stalking you? many collect data on your shopping habits, on your hobbies and they target ads directly to your tastes so our technology contributor becky worley has ways to protect your privacy.
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>> reporter: consumers are worried about internet privacy. how big tech companies use what we search, read and watch online to create a profile on us. >> they're trying to infer not only just what your hobbies are but things like your age, race, gender, maybe political views. so they can better target ads at you. >> reporter: but is there any way to see specifically what the internet knows about you? actually, yes. let's start with the biggest ad company on earth, google. you thought they were a search engine, right. go to and you can drill in to see how they profiled you. i watch football. use an apple device and i do live near san francisco. why did they track this stuff? >> more relevant the ad the more likely you are to click on it and it turns into the revenue for the big tech companies. >> reporter: twitter, amazon and a bevy of online advertisers built profiles too, and let's talk about facebook. in settings click on ads, it shows what influences the ads will see. they even know what car i own. that just feels creepy. amazon, facebook and an alliance
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of digital advertisers do let you opt out of tailored ads. google lets you choose to use their site anonymously and don't profile you if you opt into what they call incognito mode. as for most other sites you can't stop them from collecting data. and there's no way to see what the internet as a whole knows about you, except to look at the ads you're being served. yes, i'm a mother whose children need new shoes, who wants to drive a safe car, i'm in my 40s but i don't need pills for my aching joints and i'm not going to wear, is that a frock? no, facebook, you don't have me pegged yet. for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, new york. all right, now to rob out in central park. >> hey, david, i'm here with bobby, raleigh and dennis jenkins. the jenkins brothers from texas. they just finished an incr seven-week journey biking 3500 miles from seattle to new york city. what an incredible ride. you guys didn't do this for exercise. there was a cause.
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wasn't it? >> we had a very strong cause so we started an orphanage in haiti to bring lost and abandoned children to a home to give them a home, a future and hope for the future, and it really is important, these kids, it's a christian-based home so it's a really important -- >> i love it. one of a couple of charities. >> right, and the other one is the moss pieratt foundation named after my grandson. he passed away three years ago. his death is sudden, unexplained death in childhood. this ride raised research dollars to do research to hopefully prevent it someday. >> what is the favorite part of your trip? >> i think the favorite part was just the togetherness of it. this is the kind of thing you do really once in a lifetime and it was great to be together. our mother was with us. our niece was with us and then, of course, getting here and having our families be here with us when we got here was just fantastic. >> family affair. >> you guys dipped your bikes
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into the atlantic ocean. >> we were on the pier so it was a little difficult so had to take the front wheels off, put a rope on it to say we dipped the bikes. >> a little saltwater. thanks for wrapping up your trip with us. congratulations. the jenkins brothers. hello. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. we've made it to friday, and it's going to become sunny and a little bit warmer today. clouds minimal tonight, still very comfortable, and our extended forecast just going to be hot this weekend, that's it. 62 at half moon bay, 69 in san francisco, mid-70s to 80s around the bay, and you can see mid-80s to mid-90 inland. good news tonight, low 50s to mid-60s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, it's going to be hot tomorrow and sunday. now time for a summer health alert. especially as you head to the pool. it's serious stuff about drowning. stars like blake lively are raising awareness encouraging all parents to get cpr training. it is a simple technique that can save a life. one mom is on a mission to make that training fun and
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educational. adrienne bankert went to one of her cpr parties. she's going to tell us more. good morning, adrienne. >> good morning to you too, rob. a story that all of us need to hear. not only our great studio audience or park audience but everybody at home. drownings are the leading cause of death for children under 4. second only to birth defects. now this one mom is determined to save as many parents as possible from losing a child or loved one and she's making cpr a celebration. it's a party with a purpose. complete with conversation, finger food and, well, dummies. >> 18, 19, 20, 21. >> reporter: these so-called cpr parties teach women how to perform the life-saving technique on a child. [ applause ] a concept championed by mom on a mission, laura metro. what made you think about having a cpr party like a tupperware party? or a jewelry party? >> people don't want to think about being in these situations and don't want to think about their loved ones dying so it helps to couch it a little bit.
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>> reporter: her motivation is personal after a near-death experience with her son clay. in 2011 the then 3-year-old almost drowned. 15i6d by a family friend, who only vaguely knew cpr from what he'd seen on tv. >> every night you go into your son's bedroom. >> i listen for his breath. because he wasn't breathing. clay was 3. we were at the pool. >> reporter: the 42-year-old has hosted 150 cpr parties reaching more than a thousand people. >> every single move that you make is critical. >> reporter: metro partners with rescue one training for life for the expertise. >> are you okay? are you okay? he's not breathing. >> reporter: according to the cdc, three children die every day as a result of drowning. but the american heart association says you can double or triple their chance of survival by performing cpr right away. >> ready, begin? >> reporter: instructors say do 30 compressions at a time pushing down hard at a rate of 100 compressions a minute. experts even recommend singing this familiar song. ♪ stayin' alive stayin' alive
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>> reporter: "stayin' alive" by the bee gees to help stick to that tempo. >> it's like riding a bike. >> reporter: just like getting on a bike or remembering that catchy song these ladies feel more confident and prepared in case of an emergency. anything that stood out to you where you were like, okay, i'm going to keep that one, go? >> "stayin' alive." ♪ i'm stayin' alive >> reporter: we all love that song, right? now you'll never forget. every party has to have great music. laura metro says they're always looking for fun down to earth instructors to make those cpr parties more entertaining. ours was in bethesda, maryland. but they branched out to anywhere in the united states. it really does make a difference. >> i love it, life-saving tips and having fun. i'm here with lipica shah from the american red cross. >> thank you for having me. >> we'll do -- thank you. we'll do a little demonstration on what the right way to do it.
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let's get going. >> i do want to emphasize the best way to learn cpr and full cpr is to actually take a class but i'm so, so glad to be here doing this demo today. after you check the scene, make sure it's safe, check the infant. baby, are you okay? are you okay? >> nonresponsive. >> look for breathing. any signs of breathing. >> do i listen? >> you can listen, you can look. it's best to have a visual. so, if there is none of that, we need assistance. so have someone call 911 right away because there is an unconscious infant and you're going to start compressions and place one hand on the forehead. two or three fingers along the best breastbone. mri top fingers are in line with the armpits. that's the landmark we want. >> should be able to feel. >> should be able to feel it. very tiny. your hand goes straight up and down so that everything goes down in one direction. we're going to push 30 times. >> stayin' alive. ♪ stayin' alive ♪ stayin' alive >> now, what's the main
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difference between doing a baby and cpr on an adult? >> right, for an infant right now we're only pushing down about an inch and a half and we do it 30 times. for a child we go about two inches, for an adult we go at least two inches, and for adults and kids you actually have your two hands on the chest instead of just fingers. >> people worried about hurting the child. >> doing these chest compressions is kind of -- it's a scary thing. this is just a mannequin. what if it is my baby. what is easier to fix, a broken bone or a broken heart. the bone will heal later on. this heart is not going to spontaneously start pumping blood. >> doing what you can. >> keep doing it. once you do 30 compressions give them oxygen so we have to do breaths. >> those simple tips. give a full cpr class. lady antebellum coming up live on "gma" next. stay with us.
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good morning. you made it to friday. i'm reggie aqui. it's 8:27. let's check in with alexis and traffic. >> we've been friday light pretty much all morning, hoping we don't jinx it here. of course, typical delays through the bay bridge toll plaza with metering lights still on. it's not holiday light or anything, but overall not bad. quick look at drive times, westbound 80 highway 4 to the maze in the yellow, 24 minutes. we had a disabled vehicle briefly on the san francisco side of the bay bridge. that's gone now, down to 13 minutes. and southbound 101 san francisco to the airport, if you're heading out of town, you're in the green at just 11 minutes. >> thanks, alexis. our background is making me just depressed this morning! we're
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still tracking some fog with live doppler 7. overlaying the fog layer, still about a half mile in sanity you raza. that's going to start lifting quickly. it will be hot in our hills and valleys. orange from 8:00 tomorrow morning to 9:00 sunday evening, heat advisory. take it easy. foggy on the roads through 9:00. on the bay some light breezes are back but nothing too outrageo outrageous. mass transit, a summer spread today from 60s in san francisco to 90s inland, even hotter this weekend, reggie. >> thank you, mike. another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes and on our news
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app and we're here from 4:30 to welcome back to central park. a great crowd for lady antebellum on a friday morning. a little rain in new york but you would not know it by the size of this crowd. >> these are loyal fan, definitely. here with their title track off their brand-new album, "heart break." >> good to have you back. i always say, i end up filling in on "good morning america" when lady antebellum is here. we're on the same schedule. the fans were upset when they heard you would take a break. what did you take from that and did you always know you were going to get back together? was that the intention? >> well, we had had plan all along. i'm sorry. our mikes are over there and, you know, we just wanted to take a little break. we have been going nonstop for nine years and we all had little ones at home and wanted to spend time with family and friends and
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so this was the plan all along. now we had no idea, you know, we would end up being so inspired and write 11 of the 13 songs on this record. we had a lot to say and feel like this is the beginning of chapter 2 for us as a band. >> you look good is one of the songs and you all look good. >> i mean, do they look good? [ cheers and applause ] >> was it when you saw each other, was it influenced by how well you looked when you got back together. >> no, i think that song, you know, is definitely about, you know, we're not as young as we used to be sometimes we get dressed up, you know, me and my wife go out and i'm like, baby, you look good. she's like, you 00 look good too so i don't care what age you are, you can go out and feel good and look good. >> tell us about the tour. you kicked off the tour now in yes, we just played syracuse last night and playing tonight here in new york city, so, yeah. but it's been great. we're going all over the u.s. and been in canada.
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a horn section taking them over to south africa and europe for the first time. >> we want to get to this song. here's lady antebellum with the title track of 0 their brand-new numb many "heart break." >> take it away. ♪ ♪ i paint my lips red i turn my own head ♪ ♪ don't need nobody's help zipping up my own dress ♪ ♪ pay my own tab with my own cash unattached ♪ ♪ sometimes the world alone sounds like a sad song ♪ ♪ why's it gotta be 'cause what i really need is a reset and a deep breath yeah ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break out late solo on a saturday night ♪ ♪ going out without a plus one i'm done ♪ ♪ falling over pickup lines i'm single for the summer i won't rebound ♪
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♪ one lover to another or be tied down i'm sleeping like a queen in a california king i made ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break i think it's time to take a heart break ♪ ♪ it's just a little phase give me a little space ♪ ♪ you might see through it but i'm putting on a poker face ♪ ♪ give a love a rest between my ex and my next ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break out late solo on a saturday night ♪ ♪ going out without a plus one i'm done falling over pickup lines ♪ ♪ i'm single for the summer i won't rebound one lover to another or be tied down ♪ ♪ till i'm sleeping like a queen in a california king i made ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a
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heart break i think it's time to take a heart break ♪ ♪ love i'm over you love i'm over you ♪ ♪ it's long overdue i think it's time to take a heart break ♪ ♪ i'm single for the summer i won't rebound ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break out late solo on a saturday night ♪ ♪ going out without a plus one i'm done falling over pickup lines ♪ ♪ i'm single for the summer i won't rebound ♪ ♪ one lover to another or be tied down ♪ ♪ till i'm sleeping like a queen in a california king i made ♪ ♪ i think it's time to take a heart break i think it's time to
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take a heart break ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪ ooh ooh [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950.
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we are back now with diy sun protection. we all know sunscreen is a must but what should you do if your child till comes home with a painful sunburn. dr. whitney bowe is here. welcome. >> thank you so much. >> okay, now tell me about some of this stuff. everyone has it in their pantry. >> first i just have to reiterate. the best thing you can do for your kid protect them from the sun in the first place. right, so studies show that bad sunburns in childhood actually increase their risk of skin cancer down the road so i just can't stress enough reapply the spf of 40 or above throughout the summer but that being said, you find yourself in a situation where your little one has had a little too much sun. you can rely on your pantry to ease the pain. very first thing, you want to offer your child some liquid ibuprofen, an adult, take the pill but it reduces pain, swelling, inflammation associated with the burn,
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tylenol won't do the trick. after you're done with that, wash it down with some coconut water, sunburns can leave us dehydrated so it's so important to rehydrate and the electrolytes in the coconut water are key. >> okay. >> now this looks like breakfast but i'm guessing it's not. >> it does. one of the things i love for days one and two after a burn is oatmeal and pretty much everyone has that in their pantry. look for instant oatmeal. if you don't have instant -- >> instant is best because it's fine and powdered but if you have regular oatmeal throw it in a food processor and grind it down, combine a little bit of that with some honey, a couple of drops of water and what you'll get out of that is. >> paste. >> a paste-like consistency and what avery would you mind? avery from the audience over here, can you 2k3wi6 me your little arm? >> okay. perfect. good job. let me have you turn a little. >> turn towards the camera a little. >> right there. >> and you want to basically
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just use this spread it on the skin. >> do it somewhere where it won't get on your carpet. >> it is a little messy. leave that on for about ten minutes and then you're going to rinse it off with cool water. another great less messy way to use it, if you have tube sock, white cotton tube socks, fill that with oatmeal and throw it in your bathtub and by the time you get in you get all the benefits without the sticky pieces landing on the skin. >> okay. avery, you're doing a great job. don't eat it. tell us about this milk. >> so i love milk for days one and two after. throw whole milk, ice cubes and washcloth into a little bowl like this, just wring that out and then you take that and drape it directly onto the burn. it will leave a film of healthy fats and proteins and speeds up the healing process. wonderful. >> that's great. thank you very much, whitney. dr. whitney. we'll send it back over to rob. >> all right, sara, the rain
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picking up a little bit here. this is a rain or shine party for sure. we are celebrating block parties all summer long on "gma." while we're having fun at ours right here in central park, take a look at the fun these girls are having in syracuse, new york. teresa garvey sent this to us saying it's become a tradition in the neighborhood that's lasted 41 years. love it. just like the tradition we're good morning. check out your ten-hour day planner. fog starts lifting at 9:00. mainly sunny with high clouds the rest of the afternoon. near 60 at the coast, mid-70s to near 90 inland, and it's only going to get hotter the next two days. rain can't dampen their spirits. block party tip, preheat the grill 10 to 15 minutes before you start cooking. make sure it reaches the right temperature that kis the bacteria and makes it nice and hot to sear anything you put on
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there. the big disney effect, d-23 expo in anaheim, california. disney showing off what's ahead. three days of excitement. have a look. ♪ >> reporter: big news, the music we know and the land so far, far away. it's the very first peek at the "star wars" themed attraction headed to disney parks at the epic d23 expo. >> construction has actually already begun at both sighs at walt disney world and disneyland. >> reporter: fandemonium as people line up trying to get into the big event. a galaxy of stars will appear from oprah to mark hamill to robert downey jr. the disney archives opening up its treasure chest of film and television memorabilia for three days only. artifacts and the boats from every single pirate movie. >> you're supposed to be dead. >> am i not?
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>> reporter: rare glimpses of the actual costume worn by johnny depp in "pirates of the caribbean." emma watson's gorgeous yellow ball gown from "beauty and the beast." >> curious little beasty. >> reporter: angelina jolie's robe on display from "maleficent." conventioneers can enjoy "lion king" with virtual reality going thes and there is a superhero stretch class. you better believe spider-man does his stretches. val from "dancing with the stars" showed us a real-life money pit from "duck tales". >> even if you're not a fan who wouldn't want to jump into a pit full of money. the duck tales money pit. >> reporter: and a 360-degree video to remember the experience. a weekend ahead of fun for everyone. >> wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> so much fun, the d23 expo runs through sunday at the anaheim expo center where it is not raining.
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don't go anywhere. we have lady a on "gma" coming up next.
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♪ incredible. they were just shouting let it rain and raining it is but you know what, lady antebellum is rocking central park in the rain. and here they are with "you look good" from their new album "heart break." take it away. ♪ ♪ >> new york city, how we feeling? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ on a boat on a beach in the water in the sand in the back of a bar ♪
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♪ cold beer in your hand breaking hearts breaking necks ♪ ♪ when we rolling down the street heads turning all day when they see you with me ♪ ♪ i'm thinking everybody better stand in line 'cause they need to know that your body's coming with me tonight ♪ ♪ they're like hey who that there with the shades ♪ ♪ like oh the way you move to the bass hold up ♪ ♪ whole room gets to spinning from the second that you walk in it ♪ ♪ and baby you look good all day all night ♪ ♪ you look good so fresh so fine you look good ♪ ♪ got everybody watching you like cameras in hollywood baby you look good, aw, baby you look good ♪
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♪ black dress to the 9s new year's in a pent ♪ ♪ from the floor to the roof make the skyline spin ♪ ♪ yeah you're killing me boy in your black faded jeans ♪ ♪ ain't gotta work hard when you're smiling at me ♪ ♪ they're like hey who that there with the shades ♪ ♪ like oh the way you move to the bass ♪ ♪ hold up whole room gets to spinning ♪ ♪ from the second that you walk in it baby you look good all day all night ♪ ♪ you look good so fresh so fine you look good ♪ ♪ got everybody watching you like cameras in hollywood ♪ ♪ baby you look good aw baby you look good ♪ >> let's break it down, fellas. let's go. ♪ i'm thinking everybody better stand in line 'cause they need
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to know that your body's coming with me tonight ♪ ♪ they're like hey who that there with the shades like oh the way you move to the bass ♪ ♪ hold up whole room gets to spinning from the second that you walk in it ♪ ♪ and baby you look good all day all night you look good so fresh so fine ♪ ♪ you look good got everybody watching you like cameras in hollywood ♪ ♪ baby you look good aw come on baby you look good ♪ ♪ you look good baby you look good ♪ you look good ♪ champion champion at ikea, we believe your perfect student deserves the perfect room for the perfect price. so she can afford to feel at home even when she's miles away. and you can help her feel bright, without breaking your budget. and... who's there? hey.
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before we go we would like to bring up the camera in the control room there at "good morning america" because we have a very special director, he is the man who makes it all happen, bobby mckean, 20 years. >> 20 years. >> yes. he rises and shines every single morning making tv magic as the genius technical director here at "gma." we love his talents in the control room. his sense of humor and most of all we love his dance moves. he does the carlton like nobody else. so congratulations. let's give him something to dance to. >> lady antebellum, with
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"downtown" taking us off for the weekend. come on back. good luck on the tour. lady antebellum with "downtown." have a great weekend. ♪ >> one, two, three, four. ♪ ♪ well all the parties on the streets are talking ♪ ♪ storefront mannequins sleeping in lights ♪ ♪ we used to smoke while we were jaywalking like it was your birthday every other saturday night ♪ ♪ knew the bands so we never paid our cover wrote our names on the bathroom tiles ♪ ♪ we never dressed to impress all the others they would let us in on our laid back kind of style ♪ ♪ but boy you know it's been a while ♪
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♪ and i don't know why you don't take me downtown like you got anywhere better to be ♪ ♪ talk it up and give me the go round round like a good time tease ♪ ♪ i'm only counting on your cancellation when i should be counting on you at my door ♪ ♪ did you forget about how we went around i don't know why you don't take me downtown anymore oh anymore ♪ ♪ i got some platforms sitting in the corner they wanna stroll on a city sidewalk ♪ ♪ i got a dress that'll show a little uh uh but you ain't getting uhuh if you don't come pick me up ♪ ♪ show me off wow you might be tired but i'm not ♪ ♪ and i don't know why you don't take me downtown like you got anywhere better to be ♪ ♪ talk it up and give me the go round, round like a good time tease ♪
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♪ i'm only counting on your cancellation when i should be counting on you at my door ♪ ♪ did you forget about how we went around i don't know why you don't take me downtown anymore ♪ ♪ ♪ >> all right, central park. let's do this together. here we go. ♪ i don't know why you don't take me downtown like you got anywhere better to be ♪ ♪ talk it up and give me the go round, round like a good time tease ♪ ♪ i'm only counting on your cancellation when i should be counting on you at my door ♪ ♪ did you forget about how we went around i don't know why you don't take me downtown anymore ♪
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you made it to friday. good morning to you. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." mike nicco has a look at the rest of our day. hey, mike. >> hey, reggie. hey, everybody. it's looking gray now, but i promise a lot of sunshine, even the beaches and calmer waves, also lighter breezes over the bay today. extreme sunshine inland. and here's the heat advisory. starts at 8:00 tomorrow to 9:00 sunday evening. it's mainly in our hills and mountains. it's still going to get hot, though, in our valleys, 100s. alexis? all right, taking a look at the dumbarton bridge on the eastbound side of the roadway right around the midspan, reports of a convertible top. so, rough start to the day for somebody, but you don't want to hit that, and that is the lighter side of things, countercommute direction this time of day, so no huge delays. san mateo bridge, mostly friday light. reggie, back to you. >> alexis, thank you. time for "live with kelly &
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ryan." mike and i will be back at 11:00 a.m. for the "midday >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from "war for the planet of the apes," woody harrelson. and from the new film "landline," jenny slate. cooking in the studio kitchen. and we continue our "eat it, like it, share it summer cook-off" ." all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest![cheers and appla] ♪ >> ryan: love this song. >> kelly: i do too.


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